It was a stunning couture presentation with actor Sharmila Tagore and Bhumi Pednekar being showstoppers by Dabiri that mesmerised audiences at a charity ball evening by Diacolor for Savera, a Delhi based NGO. Held at the Mansion, Hyatt Regency, this debut chapter of the charity event, aims at generating funds for various projects run by Savera.
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi graced the occasion as the chief guest and the evening witnessed coming together of myriad lifestyle experiences in aid of charity. Kick-starting the evening was an unusual performance by artist Minu Bakshi, who performed a melodious Indo-Spanish recital. Some notable guests present on the mesmerising evening include Ashi Burman, Ritu Ansal, Anukant Dubey, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, Deepika Jindal & Sunaina Anand.
Dabiri’s Autumn Winter collection 2019 is inspired from traditional floral patterns, the collection set in pastel tones showcased rich silhouettes juxtaposing the traditional fabrics and historical patterns with contemporary sequences. Age-old hand embroidery techniques used to accentuate the garments indeed left the audiences craving for more. Lending the perfect sparkle to DABIRI’s collection was DIACOLOR’s exquisite jewellery.
The event further witnessed a fund-raising auction that was dedicated to promote and raise fund for the marginalised people. Conducted by Fatima Karan, the auction offered a well-curated bouquet of artworks by leading contemporary masters, collectibles like limited edition watches and jewellery and lifestyle experiences.
Rishabh Tongya, Creative Director Diacolor said, “I am extremely pleased to be a part of such a noble cause. We firmly believe that one must always help those in need and with this event, we are not only aiming at generating awareness but also raising funds for the various projects of the association. I am also glad that our fellow participating brands saw merit in our project and have come forward with their support. I am sure with years to come, this project will grow leaps and bounds.”
Speaking on the occasion Nimmi Singh, Chairperson, SAVERA Association said, “For over 20 years now, the Savera women force has been quietly working to uplift the society and help those in need. We have been working on various projects related to medical facilities, education and sanitation.”